24 Nov 2020 2:25 PM +00:00

Xbox Series X: Unreal Engine 5, Dreamhouse: The Game, Fortnite, PES 2021 & more!

Aside from the exciting launch of next-gen consoles, a new game development is on the hroizon.

This is the Unreal Engine 5, or the engine that runs the games that you love and play.

With an improved graphical engine running the games, they are set to look better than ever.

Let's take a look at Unreal Engine 5 now!

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Unreal Engine 5

The most recent announcement comes from Dreamhouse - The Game, which is being made in UE5.

This is a House Flipper-esque style game, and let's you work your way to building your dream house.

Running on UE5 the game looks stunning, which can be seen in the trailer below.


The new engine allows game developers to take even greater advantage of next-gen hardware.

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This will allow for even greater clarity, more realistic lighting and shadows, lifelike movement and more!

Fortnite and PES 2021

Two of the other major titles said to be moving to Unreal Engine 5 are Fortnite and PES 2021.

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FORTNITE ON UE5: The highly popular BR will make the switch next year

With Epic Games being the team behind Unreal Engine, it is no surprise that the famous battle royale will make the switch.

The release of the latest engine, and the games on it, seems to be timed for early 2021.

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This allows developers of next-gen games to sort teething issues before these hardware intensive games hit our shelves.

Dreamhouse: The Game

The title Dreamhouse: The Game is the latest UE5 footage we have seen.

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DREAMHOUSE THE GAME: UE5 opens up endless possibilities

The game focuses on facilitating a crossover with real-life, letting you import real life items into the game.

You can even export your creations, letting you build your in-game items in real life!

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